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Is it possible to get your head around global warming if you think the Earth is only 6,000 years old? Why yes, says climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe. In fact, the future of the planet may depend on it.
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In 1996, twelve words in an international climate report set off a firestorm. The man responsible for that sentence, Benjamin Santer, says things will never been the same.
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Re-engineering the climate is often dismissed as quackery, but will desperation and runaway warming drive us to it? Granger Morgan thinks it might.
Next month Focus Features releases Matt Damon’s new movie and the oil and gas industry is worried sick about it. The movie, Promised Land, is about a Pennsylvania farm town deciding whether to go forward with shale gas drilling after...Show More Summary
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One of the Mars rover’s smart guys, Ken Herkenhoff, tells all about the “seven minutes of terror,” possible “touchdown” discoveries, and why the folks at Mission Control call Curiosity “she.”
When the shale gas industry met last week in Pittsburgh, none other than Karl Rove gave the keynote speech, regaling the audience with a lengthy patriotic anecdote comparing the fossil fuel dillers to the US Navy Seals who killed Osama...Show More Summary
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In the new documentary, ‘Critical Mass,’ population experiments with rats offer insights into our own predicament in an increasingly crowded world.
As the nation continues to reel from the effect of Hurricane Sandy, and some areas begin their slow and difficult recovery, it’s a reminder of just how important it was for Congress to pass the Pets Evacuation and Transportation Standards...
The National Right to Life Committee has released a new radio ad accusing the taxpayer-funded Planned Parenthood abortion business of buying the election for pro-abortion President Barack Obama. The ad, titled “Just Where DOES Planned Parenthood Get Their Money,” is a counter response to the millions of dollars worth of advertising the abortion company has [...]
Climate scientist Richard Alley discovered that the Earth’s climate can shift practically overnight. Will it happen in our lifetimes? Probably not, he says, but we’re tempting fate.
The coauthor of "The Death of Environmentalism" talks about the Anthropocene, why he's not (very) scared of global warming, and the quaint notion that there are limits on human growth.
The Humane Society Legislative Fund today launched a statewide radio ad campaign in Arizona opposing Rep. Jeff Flake for U.S. Senate. The radio ad, which you can listen to here, tells listeners that Flake has fought even the most modest...